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What we say:
Ozark, named after the beautiful and bleak mountain range that stretches from Arkansas right through Kansas & Missouri and into Oklahoma, take their inspiration from the rich seam of folk culture that has permeated this area for centuries. This area is rightly heralded for its strong roots music: the ‘mountain music’ genres of country, folk and bluegrass are especially potent in the hills of the Ozarks and the instruments used in these types of songs - banjoes, mandolins, bouzoukis and more - are the speciality of Ozark instruments. These high quality instruments are designed to bring you authentic looks, sounds and the feel of true mountain instruments.
The Appalachian Dulcimer is rather more like a modified take on the zither than anything resembling the Chinese hammered dulcimer. Whatever, it's a true mountain instrument and it sounds great!
Made with 4 f-holes in it's laminate construction, the fretboard is solid maple. It's strung with 4 strings: one double course of strings for thicker melodies and 2 individual stings for harmony or chording. It's a beautiful sound that adds a real touch of authenticity to your songs.
- Appalachian dulcimer
- Hour glass shape
- 4 'F' sound holes
- Solid spruce top
- Solid maple back, sides, fingerboard and peghead
- 4 strings with individual open machine heads